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Leah's Way

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Leah's Way

Leah's Way is that rarest of novels, one that combines an inspirational story with unapologetic realism, where characters come alive and fill the heart with experiences as unforgettable as life itself. The tale of one woman's quest to find the meaning of her life, Leah's Way examines the soul at search, set against a world full of human weakness and misgiving. A lifetime of poor choices and the folly of one's own pride can overwhelm the noblest of intentions. Hope can appear to be only a distant memory. Still, the soul seeks an answer to the mystery of living. It is in this seeming despair that Leah's Way becomes a story of personal resolve and triumph, the kind of singular determination that inspires the reader toward a greater appreciation for all that people struggle to achieve. There is something in Leah's Way for everyone, a tapestry of interaction and believability that resonates with each and every reader, and women everywhere are lauding its depth and emotional power. Leah's Way is eminently discussable, a novel unlike any other, perfect for reading groups and classrooms alike, and one you'll surely never forget.

Leah's Way
by Richard Botelho

  • Publication Date: January 25, 2004
  • Genres: Christian, Fiction
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Windstream Publishing Company
  • ISBN-10: 0964392690
  • ISBN-13: 9780964392694